A string of jumbled and complex gibberish filled the air as a small group of kids gathered by the swings, rambunctiously joking with one another.
I stood on the outskirts of the group, feebly looking from one face to the next, feigning a smile and... Two boarded windows painted blue to reflect a cloudless day.
Socrates felt that poetry encourages us to indulge in the emotional frailties of life and thus makes us unjust.
At its worst, I imagine Socrates might have picked E.
I saw red when I opened my eyes; maybe it was the memory of my blood splattered on the car ceiling.
Or maybe it was the memory of seeing that bright crimson...
“On my honor, I will do my best, to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the scout law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.” The scout law is how I incorporate Artes,...
“Jooooorrrrddddannnnn,” my mom screamed with utter fear and panic in her voice.
How does the author use figurative language to establish a tone of wonder in the first two paragraphs of the essay?
Provide specific examples and explain how they provide the reader with a unique sense of the desert?